These two dwarf goats were painted by the Willamette river. The fleeting capture of this piece harkens to the french impressionistic methods. The golden ratio is evident with a three piece focal harbour in order to whirlpool the viewers gaze. The painting holds both pleasant pastels and the garish rubia tinctorum. The swirling nature of the brushstrokes evoke the natural elements while the yew acts as a sturdy pillar.